2021 Honda Pilot Interior Features

April 27th, 2021 by
2021 Honda Pilot Front Interior and Dashboard

You can command the road when you drive the 2021 Honda Pilot. It’s an SUV that’s built with the Honda engineering everyone from Oakland loves, but that’s not to neglect the interior features that it offers. Indeed, the Honda Pilot interior features are incredibly advanced, even by modern SUV standards. Want a look into what makes this SUV tick? Let San Francisco Honda give you the full story on it and while you’re here, be sure to check out our new car specials and see what works for you.

2021 Honda Pilot Interior Features & Design

On this rugged SUV, you’ve got a range of comfort and convenience features that will make your Daly City an incredible one. Take a look at this short list of what is on offer for the Honda Pilot interior features:

  • With one-touch second row seats, you can get to the third row with ease, not to mention how much easier it’ll make hauling your cargo.
  • Leather trimmed seats add extra style to your drive.
  • The available CabinTalk PA system gives you stronger communication between the driver’s seat and your third row passengers.
  • Available heated and cooled front seats are a revolution in climate control, perfect for those who want additional flexibility in their writing.

However, that’s not all. Take a look at what standard tech and driver assist features the 2021 Honda Pilot interior features include:

  • 5-inch Color LCD Screen
  • 215-Watt Audio System with 7 Speakers, including Subwoofer
  • Bluetooth® HandsFreeLink® and Streaming Audio
  • Auto High-Beam Headlights
  • Collision Mitigation Braking System
  • Road Departure Mitigation System
  • Adaptive Cruise Control
  • Lane Keeping Assist System
  • Multi-Angle Rearview Camera with Guidelines
  • Forward Collision Warning
  • Lane Departure Warning

2021 Honda Pilot Cargo Space

The Honda Pilot interior features extend to the cargo space as well. Take a look at how your driving experience in Colma could be improved with this spacious Honda Pilot interior:

  • Headroom (front/middle/rear): 40.1 inches / 40.2 inches / 38.9 inches
  • Legroom (front/middle/rear): 40.9 inches / 38.4 inches / 31.9 inches
  • Shoulder Room (front/middle/rear): 62 inches / 62 inches / 57.6 inches
  • Hiproom (front/middle/rear): 59.1 inches / 57.3 inches / 44.6 inches
  • Cargo Space (behind 3rd row): 16.5 cubic feet (seats upright) / 18.5 cubic feet (seats folded down)
  • Cargo Space (behind 2nd-row): 46.8 cubic feet (seats upright) / 55.9 cubic feet (seats folded down)
  • Cargo Space (behind 1st row): 83.9 cubic feet (seats upright) / 109 cubic feet (seats folded down)
  • Passenger Volume: 152.9 cubic feet

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